Month with a Mystic: Evelyn Underhill

Evelyn Underhill was an English poet and novelist, as well as a pacifist and mystic. An only child, she described her early mystical insights as “abrupt experiences of the peaceful, undifferentiated plane of reality—like the ‘still desert’ of the mystic—in which there was no multiplicity nor need of explanation”.[2] The meaning of these experiences became […]

Adventures with Scripture: The Gospel of John

On Tuesday, November 5th, 12th and 19th at 12:00 noon we continue our study of the Gospel of John.  Our study joins academic reflection on the text, exploration of its meaning for us today, and the cultural and political dimensions of scripture.  Even if you haven’t previously attended, it will be a great opportunity for personal […]

New Series: Adventures in Theology

On Wednesday, May 29th we embarked on a new series exploring the question “What is theology?”    This is a wide-ranging survey and discussion of themes emanating from the many different religious theologies that have arisen throughout history.  A few examples of what we might discuss include religious diversity, the spiritual resources of the Abrahamic […]